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  1. The Grill
    Has anyone ever eaten one. There are a ton of them and the limit is high. would be good down time shooting and practice for the pup. If anyone has any ideas for cooking them let me know. From what I have been told you throw them in a crock pot with all the fixings for 8 hours then throw the meat...
  2. The Lodge
    Saturday my dog whiffed upwind all morning long and whined the whole time. Finally I let him out thinking maybe he has to do the big job 20 minutes later after not coming back to the boat with 20 "here" commands and 5 or 6 shocks he came back with a half decayed coot, just wanted to say thanks...
  3. The Lodge
    You really don't know what it looks like until you see it first hand. I can't remember if they are muscles they are eating in the MN lakes that are killing them or what but yesterday I was in awe. Saw 100 to 150 dead bills and coots on the shores and floating in the ol miss. river while...
  4. The Grill
    5 coot breasts (no feathers or skin) 1 large purple onion 1 bunch carrots (julienne cut) 2 cups campfire coffee (for broth) Salt and pepper to taste 1 old hunting boot Cut up carrots and onion, mix in campfire coffee for broth. Dump into hunting boot, add salt and pepper and coot breasts...
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